This ring has sold, but if you are interested in something similar made just for you, please contact me!
This incredibly unique ring is made of lost wax cast sterling silver and a stunning piece of fossilized Sequoia wood that goes by the name Hells Canyon Petrified wood. The story goes that a man in the 1950s found this petrified wood in Hells Canyon (on the border between Washington and Idaho) and pulled it out before the Brownlee dam was constructed, which flooded the gorge. It changed hands a few times before being cut and sold to lapidary artists and collectors. The growth rings of the tree are still visible in the stone, and the crystal openings are from where the tree had slowly turned into quartz and agate over time. It is rare, beautiful, and a perfect picture of nature over time. It was cut by Sean Eckel (@eckel.lapidary), and I built this setting specifically for it to be a modern day heirloom. The cutout in the back of the ring allows for light to come through the quartz crystals. This ring is truly one of a kind.
This ring is a size 7.5 but can be sized up to size 8.5.
Price does not include Taxes or Shipping. This ring is ready to ship with its velour gift bag and blue gift box!